soliloquy

  1. speech you make to yourself
  2. a (usually long) dramatic speech intended to give the illusion of unspoken reflections

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Soliloquy

A soliloquy (from Latin solo `to oneself` + loquor `I talk`) is a device often used in drama when a character speaks to himself or herself, relating thoughts and feelings, thereby also sharing them with the audience. Other characters, however, are not aware of what is being said. A soliloquy is distinct from a monologue or an aside: a monologu...
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soliloquy

an act or instance of talking aloud to oneself.
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Soliloquy

• (n.) A written composition, reciting what it is supposed a person says to himself. • (n.) The act of talking to one`s self; a discourse made by one in solitude to one`s self; monologue.
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soliloquy

monologue noun speech you make to yourself
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Soliloquy

So·lil'o·quy noun ; plural Soliloquies . [ Latin soliloquium ; solus alone + loqui to speak. See Sole ly, and Loquacious .] 1. The act of talking to one's self; a discourse made by one in solitude to one's self; monologue. « Lovers ar...
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Soliloquy

A dramatic convention by means of which a character, alone onstage, utters his or her thoughts aloud - used to inform the audience about a character
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soliloquy

a dramatic speech giving the illusion of unspoken reflection
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Soliloquy

A monologue spoken by an actor at a point in the play when the character believes himself to be alon
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soliloquy

A speech of considerable length, in which a character, alone on the stage, expresses his inner feelings, conflicts, and thoughts. Very often they take on the form of asides. Soliloquys are not meant to be overheard by other characters on the stage (theatrical convention).
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soliloquy

In drama, thinking aloud. A soliloquy is a speech for the benefit of the audience only and by convention is not heard by any other actor on stage at the time. Soliloquy is a form of monologue. It...
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soliloquy

In drama, thinking aloud. A soliloquy is a speech for the benefit of the audience only and by convention is not heard by any other actor on stage at the time. Soliloquy is a form of monologue. It literally means `talking to oneself` and, in dramatic convention, it usually means a character is talking about him- or herself, revealing t...
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soliloquy

soliloquy 1. A dramatic or literary form of discourse in which a character talks to himself/herself or reveals his or her thoughts without addressing a listener. 2. A specific speech or piece of writing in the dramatic or literary form of discourse. 3. The act of speaking to oneself or making a speech to oneself.
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soliloquy

soliloquy, the speech by a character in a literary composition, usually a play, delivered while the speaker is either alone addressing the audience directly or the other actors are silent. It is most commonly used to reveal the innermost concerns or thoughts of the speaker, thus pointing up the dram...
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soliloquy

talking or conversing with oneself; dramatic production of this nature
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soliloquy

[n] - speech you make to yourself 2. [n] - a (usually long) dramatic speech intended to give the illusion of unspoken reflections
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